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as the first lawsuit is filed against jerry sandusky for sexual abuse. here's abc's brad wheelis. >> reporter: it was a time for soul-searching at penn state. >> i feel shame. what do i do with these feelings? >> reporter: at a town hall meeting between students, faculty and administrators, the penn state dealt with the lasting mark at the school, as the result of a sex abuse scandal by jerry sandusky. one of argued that it was good -- >> it's important that we learn to question authority. and in many cases, being here and be part of this experience might actually make you a better human being. >> reporter: but there was more bad news for penn state. in the first civil suit filed against jerry sandusky, a now-29-year-old man alleges he was sexually assaulted by the former football coach more than 100 times between 1992 and 1996. the man is not one of the eight boys sandusky is already charged with molesting. his attorney read a statement from the plaintiff. >> i am hurting and have been for a long time. >> reporter: also named in the suit, penn state university and the second mile foundation,
or not he stays in this race? the allegations jens jerry sandusky and bernie fine are raising questions about what the other half, the wives knew. we will hear from one woom who stood by her husband even after he was convicted of molestation. >> and it's not every day that a team gets a special video message from lady gaga. right now a resurging nutd gingrich is in iowa waiting to give a speech to a crowd there. there is a sneak peek from the live cameras. he is leading the pack in terms of buzz right now. but where he is lacking in campaign staff is right there in iowa. he has the smallest of any candidates competing there. gingrich says he is the clear choice for conservatives. >> people say i think we need newt gingrich because we need somebody who can debated obama, somebody who has actually done it before. somebody with substantial big ideas. so i think where as i would have thought originally it was going to be midst mitt and not mitt now i think it will be newt and not newt. a new ad by fell loi candidate capitalizes that argument. >> when 4e was in the house, he went t
. now his past used by conservative critics. >>> more disturbing allegations against jerry sandusky. another man saying he abused him and gave him alcohol as a boy. >>> i have been excused of being a tramt traitor to both sides. >>> a woman goes from wall street protester to wall street professional on this "american morning." -- captions by vitac -- >>> all right. good morning, everyone. it's wednesday, december 7th. ali is off today. i'm christine romans along with carol costello on this "american morning." welcome, everyone. >> welcome and good morning. up first this morning, newt gingrich threatening to run away with the republican race. his bid for the gop nomination going gang busters. it's beginning to look like a gingrich juggernaut. look at the latest gallup poll. among republican voters nationwide, 37% now say gingrich is their choice. he leads mitt romney by a whopping 15 points. cnn's deputy political director paul steinhauser joins us live from washington this morning. who could have predicted this? >> boy, one crazy ride. we've seen candidates go up and d
. >> good to see you. >> ewe you too. >> setting the record state jerry sandusky in an interview denies having sexual contact with young boys. was he convince something we will take you through it and let you decide. >>> suspended campaign, accused of a sexual affair. herman cain suspends his run for the presidency. his wife by his side, he insists you have not seen the last of him. >> i'm not going to be silenced and i'm not going away. >> 30 seconds. >> mind of a serial killer. new york police say bodies being dumped along long island are the work of one serial killer. we will talk to a forensic psychologist about the mind of a killer. >>> and shark encounter. >> i like the fact he's circling us the last ten minutes. he might know something we don't. >> a huge great white spotted off of the carolina coast. what would you do if confronted bay giant man eater? this is information you need to know. it's all right here, right now on cnn. >> hello, everyone. i'm don lemon. thank you for joining us. we begin with former penn state assistant coach jerry sandusky in a lengthy interview with t
jerry sandusky. once again, sandusky denies he abused boys. but at the same time, he makes intriguing assertions about how penn state handled allegations against him in susa susan, what's going on here? >> reporter: don, jerry sandusky says no one at penn state ever demanded his keys to the locker room after he was accused of so domizing a boy in the shower. but there's also an unsettling response when he's asked about that interview. his new interview, at least parts of it arguably, are raising as many eyebrows as his first one. >> in an interview video taped, jerry sandusky not only repeats his denials of wrong doing, he tells the paper, "youngsters might say i was a father figure." a father figure who stands accused of 40 counts of raping and molesting young boys. in an intriguing exchange, sandusky tries to explain the way he answered nbc a few weeks ago when asked whether he sexually attracted to young boys? >> am i sexually attracted underage boys? sexually attracted, you know, i enjoy young people. >> he tells the new york times at first he wondered what to make of the question
>>> i enjoy spending time with people. >> jerry sandusky speaks again. the former penn state coach tries to clarify whether he's sexually attracted to young boys. >>> and good evening. i'm wendy rieger. we begin with decision 2012 and a shakeup in the republican presidential race. herman cain has now suspended his campaign. that doesn't mean he is saying good-bye to politics. nbc's brian moore joins us live on capitol hill with the latest. brian? >> reporter: wendy, cain is out of the race, but insists he is not going away. embattled gop presidential candidate herman cain is calling off his run for the white house. >> with a lot of prayer, and soul-searching, i am suspending my presidential campaign. >> reporter: he remained defiant. >> i am not going to be silenced, and i'm not going away. >> reporter: cain lashed out at the media and the political establishment, angrily denying sexual harassment allegations and the claims just this past week of a 13-year affair. cain's wife stood behind him, literally. >> i am at peace with my wife. and she is at peace with me. >> reporter: cain
, former assistant football coach jerry sandusky said today he never molested young boys. he said prosecutors have twisted and distorted his work with children. elaine quijano has the latest. >> reporter: for the it could same since he was chargelast month, jerry sandusky denied sexually abusing any children. in a "new york times" interview, he said, "these allegations are false. i didn't do those things. i never engaged in sexual acts with these young kids." the 67-year-old also says he never discussed any accusations of misconduct with former penn state football coach joe paterno. "i don't know that he didn't know. i know that he never said anything do me. i know that." investigators say sandusky used his charity for underprivileged kids, the second mile, to prey on his victims. he does not deny showering and sleeping alone with kids in hotel rooms but says the interactions were innocent. "the environment was family like. all the times were precious times. it was important times, and so i guess it just happened that way. i don't know." sandusky also tried to explain this respons
more about this story after the break. and also, jerry sandusky, the former penn state coach accused of sexual abuse, gives an unusual news 4 interview to "th york times." >>> we'll yet get back to the skois scand syracuse scandal in a moment. but jerry sandusky, the former football coach charged with abusing young boys, had an interview where he said the fact this he liked to shower with boys, wrestle with boys, and sleep in the same bed with boys was, "being twisted." >> if i say, no, i'm not attracted to boys, that's not the truth because i'm attracted to young people, boys, girls -- >> yeah, but not sexually. you're attracted because -- >> yeah, i enjoy -- that's what i was trying to say. >> joining us in washington, mike wise, host at wjfk rye. in las vegas, jason whitlock, columnist for that times time interview, did the paper -- was the paper appropriately skeptical about what was an obvious plea for sympathy by jerry sandusky? >> jerry sandusky is a very troubled person. and so it's hard for me to criticize "the new york times" at all for, you know, giving the
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the wives of jerry sandusky and berry fine no know? the two cases raising new concerns about whether wives turn a blind eye or whether they are truly in the dark. 5. >>> welcome back. the democratic national committee is pushing back against restrictive voter i.d. laws. republican lawmakers have passed or proposed restrictions on voting. i am joined by florida congress woman. nice to see you this morning. >> thanks so much. >> great to have you here. tell us more about the campaign. the site is called protecting the what exactly are you protecting the vote from? >> we're protecting the vote from republicans across the country in 40 states now who have passed horrendous voter suppression laws that specifically target groups of voters that are more likely to go to the polls and vote for democrats. things like requiring photo i.d.s when no i.d. was required before. in my state, shrinking the length of time for early voting because you have a higher percentage of african-americans and hispanic voters that cast their ballots early. again in my state, telling organizations that they ha
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at penn state. we'll hear from disgraced football coach jerry sandusky who in a lengthy interview talks about his contact with young boys. >> i'm rob roblin, looking for names for a new park. that story coming up. >> and a pleasant wrap-up for the weekend. but the workweek could get a little rocky. we'll teel >> good morning. we'll start you off with a live view from the skycam. 41 at the inner harbor. you can see it is still dark. we have city lights twinkling. mostly clear skies. the sun will be coming up at 7:10 this morning. right now the winds are mostly calm. so although the temperatures are all pretty chilly, i don't think it will feel as bad because you don't have the windchill in place. take a look at these temperatures across the states. 27 currently in frederick. as we step outside this morning, jackets are definitely a necessity, and you may have to scrape frost off your windshield. sunshine and a few high clouds passing by. high pressure system has brought us quiet weather yesterday. it still is the case as we go into the second half of your weekend. heavy rain falling in n
state scandal is revealing new details. jerry sandusky spoke to "the new york times" in a wide ranging exchanged that stretched over two days. and he denied he ever sexually abused any young boys. >> these ealallegations are fal. i didn't do those things ch. i don't know. >> sandusky was also asked about the interview he did last month on nbc's "rock center." >> are you sexually attracted to young boys, to underage boys? >> am i sexually attracted to underage boys? sexually attracted, you know, i enjoy young people. >> i was sitting there going what in the world is this question? you know, if i say no, i'm not attracted to boys, that's not the truth, because i'm attracted to young people, boys, girls -- >> but not sexually. >> right. i enjoy spending time with young people. i enjoy spending time with people. my two favorite groups are the elderly and the young. >> nbc's national investigator correspondent michael isikoff is live. if the viewers were able to hear the voice coming from off camera, that was his attorney, saying to clarify, not sexually attracted, right. >> right. >> and a
football assistant coach accused of molesting dozens of children. jerry sandusky. you'll hear him in his own words explain his relationship and his, quote, attraction to young boys. >>> also this morning, a story maybe you wouldn't think is coming your way from 2011. an interracial couple told they are not welcome at a church in kentucky. >>> we are just a few hours away from a major announcement from herman cain. here's how he explained what this will all be about. this was him talking yesterday. >> i will be making an announcement, but nobody is going to get me to make that prematurely. we will also clarify, there's that word again, "clarify," exactly what the next steps are. >> well, what are the next steps? he's actually in atlanta today to open a campaign office. our shannon travis is there for us in atlanta. shannon, hello to you. everybody is intrigued here, a grand opening and a grand closing today? >> reporter: yeah, it's a grand decision day, basically, tj. it's anyone's guess what herman cain is actually going to announce here at this headquarters, his georgia headquarters. it
the record straight on his relationships with young boys. former assistant coach jerry sandusky sat down in his lawyer's house for an extensive four-hour interview with the "new york times." his first extended interview since being indicted on sex abuse charges last month. take a listen to this portion. >> if i say no, i'm not attracted to boys, that's not the truth, because i'm attracted young people, boys, girls. >> but not sexually -- you're attracted because -- >> right, i enjoy -- that's what i was trying to -- i enjoy spending time with young people. i enjoy spending time with people. i mean, my two favorite groups are the elderly and the young. >> sandusky also went on to say in that interview that the coach, joe paterno, never spoke to him about suspected misconduct with minors, and the second mile charity never restricted his access to children until 2008. sandusky also says his intentions are simply misunderstood. and i quote here. they have taken everything i ever did for any young person and twisted it to say my motives were sexual or whatever. i've had kid after kid after ki
coach jerry sandusky says he is innocent of child molestation. what you'll hear him explain in his own words, his, quote, attraction to young boys. >>> also new this morning a boarding school refuses to admit a teenage boy because he has hiv. you will hear the school defend its decision. -- captions by vitac -- >>> let's get you started with the headlines today. herman cain says he will make an announcement on the future of his presidential campaign. this will come in a matter of hours. we are standing by in atlanta to hear it. he is in atlanta today for the planned opening of his georgia campaign headquarters, but instead a lot of people are speculating that he could drop out of the race. as you know this week a georgia woman had said she'd had a 13-year affair with cain. he denied it. much more on this coming your way. >>> also country music sin ner mccready and her son were finally found in a closet in arkansas. mccready took off with her 5-year-old boy. her mother and stepfather actually have custody of the young man. mccready actually only has visitation rights. poli
jerry sandusky will face some of his accusers this week. sandusky is charged with molesting ten boys enrolled in his second mile charity. now grown men, at least five of his alleged victims, are scheduled to testify at a preliminary hearing tomorrow morning. cnn's senior legal analyst jeffrey toobin says it will be an important session for both sides. >> this is going to be a very serious moment for these victims. because it is going to be the first time that they've told their story in public. it is a very embarrassing situation for most of them to be sure, and they're going to be cross examined by someone who is determined to show they're lying. >> jerry sandusky is not expected to testify. >>> virginia governor bob mcdonald will speak today at the funeral service for virginia tech police officer derek kraus. the service is set to start about an hour from now at virginia tech's castle coliseum. kraus was gunned down while sitting in his patrol car thursday by a 22-year-old man who later killed himself. the attack appeared to be unpro joked and there's still no word on any motive. t
incite in a few moments. >>> penn state fallout. jerry sandusky's latest defense prompts accusers to speak out, expressing outrage over sandusky's comments. we'll have the latest on that. >> a new mystery surrounding the mona lisa. one man claims her smiled contains hidden messages, including the image of an ape and lion. do you see it? >> no, i don't. and i'm not going to lie to you, i never have. >> we'll see what that message may be. >> da vinci may have one of those that you change look at i change it. >>> charlie sheen's ex-wife, brooke mueller, led away in handcuffs. >>> herman cain suspends his presidential bid. >> reporter: this weekend was supposed to mark a new beginning for herman cain, the grand opening of his georgia headquarters, instead, cain pulled out of the race with much of the same style. music burglalared, barbecue sue pokemon was quoted. many expressed gratitude. >> he was always good humored and optimistic. we'll miss him on the campaign trail. >> reporter: saturday afternoon when cain and his wife gloria stepped off the bus in atlanta, even cain's strongest
very much. now here is jenna. >> one day after jerry sandusky's interview with "the new york times" is released, accusers are expressing outrage over the denial of wrongdoing. we turn to national investigative reporter michael isikoff. >> reporter: the public interview has angered some at penn state and reopened still painful wounds for alleged victims. accused child molester jerry sandusky tries to salvage his reputation -- >> these allegations are false. i didn't do those things. i don't know. >> reporter: many here at penn state wish he would stop talking. >> his lawyer probably should have put duct tape on his mouth to keep it shut. >> reporter: reaction to the four-hour interview with "the new york times" was mostly hostile in this town rocked by the scandal. the university has seen its president and legendary football coach joe paterno fired and its reputation stained. >> it definitely brings a lot of heart break to our university. it's a lot -- >> i feel everyone in the community is disgusted with it. hopefully justice will be brought to all of the people who were harmed. >>
from him, coming pup. >>> we're going to start here with jerry sandusky, the man at the heart of the sex abuse debacle. going on camera for his first interview. he spoke at length to "the new york times." and the reporters there videotaped the whole thing. >> these allegations are false. i didn't do those things. i don't know. >> reporter: for the first time, jerry sandusky, answering the tough questions, on camera. once the legendary head coach joe paterno was told about the allegations against his former defensive coach, what did he say to sandusky about it? >> i don't know that he didn't know. i know that he didn't -- never said anything to me. i know that. >> reporter: what did sandusky first say when he was confronted by a penn state, when young assistant coach, mike mcqueary, saw him raping a boy in the team showers? >> i told him it didn't happen. in my mind, it wasn't inappropriate behavior. >> reporter: and remember sandusky's infamous answer to this question? >> are you sexually attracted to boys, underaged boys? >> am i sally attracted to under waged boys? sexually
the vote. >>> fallout today from the surprising interview that jerry sandusky gave to the new york times. the former assistant coach denied molesting young boys. many are questioning whether he hurt his defense. he needed help from his lawyer when asked to explain his comments last month to nbc's bob costas who asked sandusky if he was sexually attracted to young boys. >> what in the world is this question? you know, am i going to be -- if i say no, i'm not attracted to boys, that's not the truth because i'm attracted to young people, boys, girls. >> but not sexually. you were attracted -- >> i enjoy -- that's what i was trying -- i enjoy spending time with young people. i enjoy spending time with people. >> joining me now is criminal defense attorney ted simon. a lot of questions swirling in my head right now. but i'll start with this one. why would his attorney allow sandusky to do this extensive four hours, four-hour interview with the new york times? many legal analysts calling this completely an unusual strategy. how is this remotely helpful? >> i would start from the premise that i
wife. >> on our facebook page, people say: >> former penn state defensive coordinator jerry sandusky is speaking out on camera. he spoke to "new york times" reporter for four hours. >> he answered questions about the allegations he sexually abused young boys. >> reporter: jerry sandusky says the allegations against him are false. the former penn state defensive coach answered questions on camera for the first time in an interview with "the new york times." sandusky said former head coach joe paterno never came to him about any inappropriate behavior with young boys. >> i don't know he didn't know. i know he didn't -- never said nothing me. i know that. >> he told the times reporter that assistant coach mike mcqueary did not see him rape a young boy in the team showers because it didn't happen. sandusky failed to clarify the infamous remark he made in a phone interview about being sexually attracted to underage boys. >> if i say, no, i'm not attracted to boys, that's not the truth because i'm attracted to young people, boys, girls. >> that's sandusky's attorney saying his client is no
contact with young boys, an interview with jerry sandusky. >> reporter: jerry sandusky again denied charges that he sexually molested children. but has he also given prosecutors frash ammunition that he can use against him? >> these allegations are false. i didn't do those things. i don't know what to say. >> reporter: the former penn state defensive coordinator spoke for nearly four hours to the "new york times," his most detailed conversation yet of the conduct that had led prosecutors to file 40 criminal charges against him for allegedly abusing eight children over 13 years. sandusky provided his version of the crucial moment when penn state's then athletic director, tim curley, confronted him about a 2002 allegation involving a 10-year-old boy in the shower in the school's locker room. >> he was coming to me with a concern because -- and i guess in his words, somebody had talked to him about an inappropriate behavior in the shower. i told him that it didn't happen, and there wasn't -- in my mind there wasn't inappropriate behavior. >> reporter: sandusky said that coach joe pater
coach jerry sandusky sat down with a "the new york times" reporter jo becker and discussed the charges that he sexually abused children. >> the allegations are false. i didn't do those things. i don't know. >> reporter: sandusky said there was chaos in the house where he often hosted children from his charity called second mile. he discusses two separate investigations. one 1989 allegation of an incident in which sandusky was said to have hugged a young man in a shower. >> i always -- >> by an officer? >> by the two. by one person of children. >> and an officer and that was it? >> right after that, we got an unfounded report. >> reporter: the investigation sandusky says only took a couple of days and university officials, including head coach joe paterno, never confronted him. >> i don't know that he didn't know. i know that he didn't never said anything to me. >> reporter: in 2002, an assistant coach reported seeing sandusky sodomizing a youngster in a shower. sandusky says he spoke to penn state collect director tim curly. >> i told him it didn't happen. in my mind, there wasn't inap
>>> good morning. breaking news. jerry sandusky speaks out. >> these allegations are false. i didn't do those things. >> in a four-hour interview with the "new york times," the man accused of sexually abusing eight boys describes in his own words what happened and the real reason he said he retired from penn state. >>> in or out, embattled republican presidential candidate is expected to make a major announcement today about the future of his campaign. will he call it quits in the wake of an alleged extra marital affair? >>> and safe and sound, the son of singer mindy mccready is taken into custody by u.s. marshals who found him hiding in a closet with his mother. we'll have the details. a closet with his mother. we'll have the details. today is december 3rd, 2011. captions paid for by nbc-universal television >>> good morning, everyone. welcome to "today" on a saturday. i'm lester holt. >> and i'm tamron hall filling in for amy who is off today. jerry sandusky is breaking his silence and claiming the sexual allegations against him are false. >> sandusky told the "new york times" t
welcome to today on a saturday. >> we've got some breaking news this morning. jerry sandusky breaking his silence once again and claiming the sexual abuse allegations against him are false. >> sandusky told the new york times he's not the monster that people think he is. he also spoke about the alleged shower incident. we're going to bring you more to find out how his words might impakt the case against him. >> will the em battled candidate withdraw from the race? >> a bit later on, he's the man behind pop culture icons like the odd couple, laverne and shirley and the fos? now, gary marshal is giving people a reason to believe again. i'll bring you that conversation coming up in our next hour. >> did you show him your fonz? >> oh, i wanted to try the leather jacket. >> did you know that consumers spend almost a day trying to figure out what to buy loved ones during a holiday season? many are still paying off last year's holiday shopping bill. we'll tell you about some of the biggest mistakes holiday shoppers make. >> a lot to get to, but, first, let's turn to the jerry sandusky story. mic
for several of the men allegedly molested by jerry sandusky are reacting now with disgust to his interview in "the new york times." the lawyers say the former penn state defensive coach is trying to convince the public his behavior with boys is normal. they call the interview, however, uncomfortable to watch. >> if i say, no, i'm not attracted to boys, that's not the truth because i'm attracted to young people, boys, girls. >> yeah, but not sexually. you're tract the because you enjoy -- >> that's what i was trying to say. i enjoy spending time with young people. i enjoy spending time with people. i mean, my two favorite groups are the elderly and the young. >>> major college football bowls are passing over penn state. the knit any lionlions. >>> snail mail will get even slower next year. just this past hour the postal service announced that first class mail usually arrives next day, maybe takes a day or two. now it could take three, four, five days. the postal service also plans to cut about half of the 500 processing centers and 3700 local post offices as it's fighting off bankruptcy. >>
the benefits now? >>> also, yesterday you heard jerry sandusky talk about his "attraction" to young people. this morning we are getting reaction from the attorneys of two of his alleged victims. >>> also this morning -- well, it looks like a christmas tree. right? the lights, a star, a few ornament on it. if you live in rhode island, however, it is a holiday tree, taking christ out of christmas. the subject of this morning's "faces of faith." >>> but we begin with the end for herman cain. here is part of his announcement, if you missed it yesterday. >> i am suspending my presidential campaign because of the continued distraction, the continued hurt caused on me and my family, not because we are not fighters, not because i'm not a fighter. >> all right. but he won't be fighting on as a presidential candidate. the campaign is suspended. doesn't mean he's not still going to have some kind of impact. our political reporter shannon travis is here in studio with me. you've been following herman cain for quite some time. he can continue this fight. plan a was being president, plan b is starting a
has changed, how we correspond with each other. >>> also this morning, what jerry sandusky's accusers are planning to do when the coach appears in court on sexual assault charges next week. also some insight this morning into why sandusky's legal team is letting him talk when he seems to only be making his case worse. these interviews i find beyond disturbing. >> i can't wait to hear the inside scoop about the lawyer's strategy. doesn't make sense to me. >> what could possibly be the strategy? >> we'll see. >>> and later this half-hour, a real emergency for paramedics and firefighters. their fire station invaded by bed bugs. ahh! no laughing matter. >> no one likes a bed bug story. it's creepy, isn't it? we'll get to that in a second. >>> we begin with the drastic changes ahead for the postal service. thousand of employees now expected to lose their jobs. >> that's right. mail is going to take longer to arrive. abc's scott goldberg with more on the cutbacks. good morning, scott. >> reporter: rob, sunny, we don't use pens and paper like we used to, and that's why the postal service say
is not included in the criminal charges. the lawsuit claims that jerry sandusky abused the boy more than 100 times and threatened to harm the boy's family if he didn't keep quiet. the victim, who is now 29 years old, also claims that sandusky's abuse began well before authorities think it began. and the suit also names sandusky's second mile charity and penn state university. >>> hundreds of family and friends crowding a church near atlanta for the funeral of a florida a&m drum major. the pastor urging the crowd to stop the foolish hazing that may have killed him. robert champion, a 26-year-old junior, was found dead on a bus after one of the school's football games in orlando. the school fired the director of the marching 100, one of the most well-known marching bands in the nation. champion's family is now suing the school, saying it wants to end the culture of the cover-up of hazing there. >>> republicans now pushing a new way to keep the payroll tax cut on the books. senate republican leaders introduced a bill that would keep the payroll tax rate at its current level for another year by freezi
and solve the debt crisis. we will tell you how the talks could affect the economy. >>> jerry sandusky. >> i'm attracted to young people, boys girls. >> we will hear more from his four-hour interview with "the new york times.." >>> this is the tiger woods we haven't seen in two years. we will see if the dramatic win means the old tiger is back "early" this monday morning, december 5th, 2011. captioning funded by cbs >>> a good monday morning, everyone. i'm jeff glor. >> i'm rebecca jarvis. erica hill and chris wragge are off this morning. an ominous looking sky out there in new york city. coming up on the show, the kennedy center honors. on sunday president obama hosted a white house reception for this year's honorees and singers bosh rah barbara cook and neil diamond and yo-yo ma and sonny rollins and merle streep were all there. we will have much more from last night's celebration coming up later in the program. >> with caroline kennedy there. good stuff. >> maybe we will even sing. >> i don't know about that. >>> we begin with campaign 2012 where the repub
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